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Doc ‘N Roll Manchester: Music Shorts – Film Review

Doc 'N Roll Manchester: Music Shorts - Film Review WE ARE ALL HERE Dir. Hannah Currie, UK, 2018, 23 mins THE VELVET UNDERGROUND PLAYED AT MY HIGH...

Arctic – Film Review

Arctic (2018) Dir. Joe Penna Cast: Mads Mikkelsen, Maria Thelma Smáradóttir  Duration: 1 hr 38 mins Now showing at Home and on general release In a pared down tale of survival...

Stiv: No Compromise, No Regrets – film review

Stiv: No Compromise, No Regrets (2019) Director: Danny Garcia Cast: Jimmy Zero, Slim Jim Phantom and Dave Parsons Running time: 80 minutes Out: 7/6/19 (DVD) 8/10 Fresh from a theatrical...

Thunder Road – Film Review

Thunder Road (2018)                                           ...

High Life – Film Review

High Life (2018) Dir. Claire Denis Cast: Juliet Binoche, Robert Pattinson Runtime: 113 minutes Release: Now showing at Home, Manchester and on general release Claire Denis' surprising and often...

Last Breath at Now Showing Club opening night, Manchester – Review

Last Breath (2019) Dir: Richard Da Costa, Alex Parkinson Cast: Duncan Allcock, Chris Lemons, David Yuasa Duration: 1 hour 30 mins Released: 5th April 2019 A new cinema in...

The Night of the Generals – film review

The Night of the Generals (1967) Director: Anatole Litvak Cast: Peter O'Toole, Omar Sharif, Tom Courtenay, Donald Pleasence Runtime: 145 mins Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 13 May 2019 5/10 Jamie Havlin...

Tolkien – Film Review

Tolkien (2019)                                             ...

November – film review

November (2017) Director: Rainer Sarnet Cast: Rea Lest, Jörgen Liik, Dieter Laser Format: Dual format Language: Estonian with optional English subtitles Run Time: 115...

Eighth Grade – Film Review

Eighth Grade (2018) Dir: Bo Burnham Cast: Elsie Fisher, Josh Hamilton, Emily Robinson Runtime: 93 mins Out now at Home, Manchester and on general release   Eschewing middle-aged cynicism and...

Cujo Limited Edition Box Set – film review

Cujo (1983) Director: Lewis Teague Cast: Dee Wallace, Danny Pintauro, Daniel Hugh-Kelly, Running Time: 91 minutes Format: Blu-ray Release Date: 29th April 2019 8/10 Jamie Havlin takes a look at a...

The White Reindeer – film review

The White Reindeer (1952) Director: Erik Blomberg Cast: Mirjami Kuosmanen, Kalervo Nissilä Language: Finnish with optional English subtitles Runtime: 108 minutes Release Date: 8/04/19 Format: Dual format 8/10 Jamie Havlin takes a...

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